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The OpenMRS community maintains several mailing lists for announcements and communication. We use Google Groups to manage our mailing lists, but you can subscribe from any e-mail address--you don't need a Google Account to subscribe.
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Description and Addresses
General news about OpenMRS of interest to users and developers.
Primary mailing list for OpenMRS developers. Used for design discussions and development troubleshooting.
Development discussion related to the OpenMRS 2.0 reference application.
Community mailing list for people using, considering using, or interested in OpenMRS.
Community mailing list for people using OpenMRS (data managers, providers, patients, researchers, etc.).
Receive a summary of every commit to the OpenMRS repository. Replies are directed to the Developers list to promote code review. Note: this list is less often used since active development has moved from SVN to Github.
OpenMRS security announcements. Notifications about security-related concerns are sent to this list.
Invitation-only list of trusted community members to discuss OpenMRS security-related concerns.
Receive notifications of OpenMRS.org infrastructure status updates (e.g., hosted server issues).
Mailing list for interns and mentors working on mentored OpenMRS projects (e.g., Google Summer of Code projects, externally funded mentored projects, or volunteer mentored projects). Used for administrative announcement or conversations specific to people involved in mentored projects. Development discussions by interns should happen in the OpenMRS Developers group.
Mailing list for OpenMRS coding mentors and administrative issues.
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All messages and conversations are archived and available at each list's Google Groups link. In addition, historic archives of the OpenMRS Implementers and Developers lists from 2008 to 2012 are available at http://listarchives.openmrs.org/.
The following mailing lists have been created and are managed by members of the OpenMRS community. If you know of ones not listed here, feel free to add them: